Ecommerce is a Target for Sales Tax Collection
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eCommerce and Sales Tax Legislation - What You Need to Know - FREE Whitepaper
Ecommerce has become a direct target for sales tax collection.

Lost tax revenue associated with ecommerce was estimated at $11.4 billion in 2012.* In 2013 states are expected to face crushing budget deficits. As a result, ecommerce businesses will be under the microscope by state auditors. Sales tax is more complex than ever and what you don't know about your liability can, and will, hurt you.

With Amazon beginning to pay sales tax in more states, ecommerce companies are getting ready to take on this liability - don't be left behind. In our new whitepaper, we will show how your business will be affected by new sales tax legislation and what you can do to be ready.


  * According to the University of Tennessee Study

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